Tel Aviv apartment

Posted on Wed, 3 Jul 2013 by KiM

Here is another project by Chiara Ferrari Design that also caught my eye. The large open living room and minimalist kitchen are sooooo lovely. The studio has been appointed to refurbish an apartment within a historic building, in the Bialik area of Tel Aviv, into a minimalist home. The concept of seamlessness has been an important aspect in the design of the apartment. Its open-plan arrangement allows the natural light from the large existing windows to flow through the building, and the materials used, spans the surfaces with no visible joins. The high ceilings have allowed the space to split into levels to create flexible, functional spaces. A glazed extension provides the Master Bedroom and Bathroom with natural light and creates a scenic view into the local area. Adding locally sourced materials has kept the design true to the buildings past and surroundings.

kate says:

Gorgeous place and I LOVE LOVE LOVE that sofa. Does anyone know where it is from?

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